Building built approximately in the final years of the twenties of the twentieth century attributable to the architect Pelayo L pez and Mart n Romero, in a period where the City Council urged the owners of the lots of this section of street to urbanize it to be finally concluded in its central sector. The style of the building is framed within a very content, ecological language, so unique and regularly used by this architect during those years. The construction of Castillo Street 48 follows the same guidelines as other buildings of this author. It is a work built on five floors, where the lower part and the mezzanine, with very horizontal characteristics, have nothing to do with the verticality of the rest of the heights.
Five-storey building, where the ground floor and the mezzanine (commercial ground floor), of horizontal characteristics, have nothing to do with the verticality of the rest of the heights. The facade is divided in two by a pilaster in the middle. They emphasize the combination of the balconies: on the first floor run and in the rest segmented in two, made of exposed stone, both the balustrade and the lower muscles. Elements of Interest: Balustrades. Muscles.
Degree of Protection: Partial Sheet n 148.
Protection logo n. PGO Santa Cruz de Tenerife. 2014 Partial Definitive Approval.
Property included in the BIC Monument Headquarters of the Parliament of the Canary Islands.
-Cat Logo of Architectural and Urban Heritage Protection. PGO Santa Cruz de Tenerife. 2014 Partial Definitive Approval. Vol. 3. Volume 3.2.1.
Editorial and research team : Architecture Unit of the CICOP Foundation.
Miguel ngel Fern ndez Matr n.
Jos Luis D will read Mart nez.
Sendy Hern ndez lvarez.
Photograph: Jos M. Bossini Ruiz.
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